Juicing is a process in which the juice of a fruit, vegetable, or herb is separated from the pulp, or the solid part of the plant. A juicer is a machine that helps to make this process easier. A motor that rotates a blade called a cutter blade usually runs a juicer. This blade should be carefully cleaned after each use, if not it can become sticky or even vacuum locked, which will make it hard to remove when you do decide to clean it. If you have found that your champion juicer cutter blade has become a permanent part of your champion juicer, follow the directions below to help remove it.
Place a book or small object under the rear of the champion juicer to help elevate and tilt the juicer forward. Be sure to use a flat object so the juicer can stand without falling and possibly becoming damaged.
Insert a small screwdriver between the stainless steel portion of the motor hub and the back side of the cutter. Insert another small screwdriver a few inches from the first one.
Apply a few drops of coconut or olive oil between the screwdrivers and let the juicer sit for a few minutes, to let the oil run down inside the cutter.
Tap gently on one of the screwdrivers to help loosen the blade. Gently tap on the other screw driver to loosen the blade even more. Continue this process until the cutter is completely removed from the juicer. Wash the blade in warm soapy water and dry with a clean towel.